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it. featured speakers include simon johnson, former chief economist with the imf, and karen petrou. this is just over an hour: >> thank you very much. i certainly hope and expect that this discussion will be as stimulating and exciting as the last panel. each of the panelists will speak for about ten minutes, and then we'll have an opportunity for colloquy among the panelists and then open for questions to the audience. we'll go in the following order, scheherazade will start us off, then anna will be second, simon third and karen fourth. so, scheherazade, please, kick us off. >> thank you. thank you, art. it's a pleasure to be here at she leaf's annual event. i will try not to put you too much into a gloomy mood. [laughter] if you're going to discuss the business of trying to predict what possibly is the next financial crisis, i think it's important to discuss the changing nature of these crises. thirty years ago we had what we now affectionately call the traditional type of crisis, only happened in emerging markets, and the contagion of this crisis was regional. so if brazil got
midnight. what's the scene like right now, simon? >> reporter: good morning to you. welcome to one of the 34 pop-up stores across america that microsoft has launched today taking the message very much the commercial message to the streets. you can see it's busy. they opened this at 10:00 last night. there's 34 stores across america that will remain open until 1:00 monday morning. obviously it's the launch of the surface, the new tablet. you know that. also the launch of windows 8. they want to create the buzz that apple is able to create. they want to take it right on the street. guess who just turned up? the chief operating officer for microsoft, kevin turner, is with us. quite an endeavor to put up 34 outlets like this. i presume you had to train this staff. >> absolutely, simon. today we're opening up 34 of our stores in addition to 30 of our regular stores. we have 64 stores open. we have lines getting people trained and excited. there's excitement around windows 8 and certainly surface. >> i don't see a huge number of surface being sold. >> all of these bought surface and are
of their anti-poverty tour. i'll talk with sister simone campbell about that, and the presidential campaign, stay tuned. you're watching "the ed show" live from miami, florida. we're right back. . [ male announcer ] truth is, nyquil doesn't unstuff your nose. what? [ male announcer ] alka-seltzer plus liquid gels speeds relief to your worst cold symptoms plus has a decongestant for your stuffy nose. thanks. that's the cold truth! but with advair, i'm breathing better. so now i can be in the scene. advair is clinically proven to help significantly improve lung function. unlike most copd medications, advair contains both an anti-inflammatory and a long-acting bronchodilator working together to help improve your lung function all day. advair won't replace fast-acting inhalers for sudden symptoms and should not be used more than twice a day. people with copd taking advair may have a higher chance of pneumonia. advair may increase your risk of osteoporosis and some eye problems. tell your doctor if you have a heart condition or high blood pressure before taking advair. if you're still having dif
of changing who pays for your health care." and simon rosenberg, president and founder of the new democrat network, also a former clinton campaign adviser. gentlemen, thanks so much for being here. steve, let me start with you. so places like sears and olive garden, red lobster, they're going to give their employees a chunk of change, and supposedly you can go out and buy your own insurance. is this a great idea or a horrible idea? [laughter] >> i actually kind of like the direction here of, basically, saying to workers you can shop around, you can buy the health care plan that really suits your need. so it's a kind of freedom of choice approach. now, the way this ties in, by the way, allison, to obama's health care plan that you were talking about a minute ago is that under obama's plan what you're seeing is a lot of employers are dropping their health care plans that they provided for years to their employers, and they're going to put those workers into what's called the health care exchange under obamacare. that's something that workers are resisting because it means they're not going t
and that result. joining me now, simon rosenberg, a former clinton campaign adds advisor and ben ferguson. when the president claimed he said it was terror at the town hall debate, that he said that september 12, now we see the information coming in in realtime about the 20 guys and how the ambassador was locked in the safe room and we know how it wound up. that was the first question i wondered was if he night was terror. there is no question he knew four americans were dead. but he knew it was terror. was it appropriate for him to go to vegas on the first, you know, the first time he acknowledges we had a terror attack on his watch? >> well, clearly he did because he went. we are at the very ends of this campaign. i'm sure that was not an easy decision to make. but it also was over. it was handled. we had people in place managing this for him. this is a large government. we have a large military intelligence apparatus. i think they made the decision it had ended it had been settled, we were starting to get information coming in and he didn't change his public or private schedule that day. pre
a fox news contributor. simon rosenberg, the president and founder of the new democrat network. a former clinton campaign advisor. you heard governor romney there in florida. florida has had its share of misery. i was living there when hurricane andrew hit. how do you conduct a political campaign in this environment, simon, you know, when so many people are hurting, have no power, the last thing they want to hear or on television on the radio is another attacked a? >> well i think there, the president is being the president. i mean he's out, obviously at red cross and at fema and he is clearly leading the recovery effort right now. i think he has a little bit of a political advantage over mitt romney in the sense that mitt romney is just a candidate trying to talk about what is going on when the president has the advantage of actually being responsible for the recovery effort right now. and i think he is doing a good job. he has been praised by pub be republicans and democrats alike last few days for being responsive to their needs. he is going up to new jersey with chris christie to tak
with melissa francis" and simon conscious bl is author of "the wall street journal" guide to the 50 economic indicators that really matter. i don't know whether people are sitting at home saying it's the jobs report coming, isn't it? i've got to know! but this is the kind of thing that could tip some voters one way or another. if the president gets a great number and can say i told you, we are going in the right direction, look at the jobs report, or if the unemployment rate goes up, mitt romney can say what he's been saying which is this is not what a real recovery looks like. so we expect it to come out. do we know at this point, simon, where we expect it to be? >> my gut is telling me, and having looked at a lot of other data related to this, is it's going to be flat to up. we're going to see either the same unemployment rate, 7.8 percent, or slightly up. megyn: so up is bad. >> up is bad. megyn: more people unemployed. >> and we're going to see a very modest growth in payrolls, and companies are going to add a relatively modest number of people to their work force. so it's something a li
their tax breaks? joining me tonight is sister simone campbell, leader of the nuns on the bus. sister, good to have you with us tonight. let's do the math, if we can, for just a moment. do you believe most churches have an extra $50,000 lying around to pick up the tab that ryan describes himself as a man of faith? how do we get through all of this? do the churches have the kind of money to follow the plan that he's putting forth? >> absolutely not. i mean, it's really shocking to think that he believes that churches can do this. what he doesn't know is how hard people are working right now, how much they depend on the food subsidies, just even to get food on family tables and how churches are stretched already in food pantries, feeding programs, all kinds of places already giving so much. this $50,000 for each house of worship would be an additional amount to what they have already raised. it's impossible. >> do people in the inner city need to be taught good discipline and good character. that's what paul ryan believes. >> i know. it's pretty shocking because he clearly has not been where
," which miraculously is opening at the neil simon theater tomorrow night for previews on west 52nd street. >> can you believe it? >> no. it's surreal. i want to thank all of our crew here. >> we want to show our crew. they decided to deck out. pull it down, all the way down. we only had mediums. only mediums. >> he looks like winnie the pooh. . thanks, you i goes. >> anyways, you can get tickets if you go to broadway.com. >> scandalous @broadway.com. >> you do know. you can go there and get the tickets. because it's previews and we're watching it all come together, they are two for one. >> bring a friend, especially if you have a friend that might be hurting a little bit. people seem to find hope in this film, which is great. >> absolutely. >> anyway, hoda, how are you, you're coming? >> saturday night, we're all going to be there with bells on. it's going to be a fun party. >> hopefully, i can announce something on monday about how people can have lunch and have a glass of wine with you and i during winesday wednesday coming up. >> anyway, there is something in the social cues column tha
you are out the door. it is an honor to be here. having been an actor simon recovered actors who is now in my right mind and my left brain but having been there for a long time i appreciate the club and all the statement has done to create the first oasis in the desert that is hollywood. thank you for that. really appreciate it. [applause] deeply appreciate all the amazing work that david did. you were magnificent on all the news channels exposing the travesty of the current administration's policies living up to libya and since. i want to say thank you for being a champion of liberty and freedom. thank you. [applause] it is great restoration weekend and if you have not been, please get the tablet out there and we will go last year and we screened our film and we are able to be there and it is phenomenal. an opportunity for liberty lovers to share the most amazing mines, declaring a call and this year we will all be celebrating together and raising a glass post-election. i want to see you guys there. be sure to join us. last year we had a wonderful opportunity of hearing ann coul
president, charles evans. steve? >> thanks very much, simon. definitely upside surprising. what i've heard from economists is they're looking for more upside surprises in the services index which i saw a report this morning. this will come in a couple of days, up to 54. we'll see. obviously not the bottom but obviously not all that great. and i'd be interested to know what the employment production and the new orders indices were inside those numbers. those will be the kind of details that will tell us how strong the internals were on the ism. i talked to charlie evans this morning. he was one of the advocates of what we're calling the q.e. infinity program, the idea of keeping your foot on the accelerator, the central bank keeping its foot on the accelerator as long as employment remained above 7%. just a little background, the fed did not go with evans' specific proposal but did create an open-ended quantitative easing. so i asked him, how open-ended is it? what happens at the end of this year when operation twist ends? what happens to additions to the balance sheet? here's what he said.
fun. hey, roger, simon, this is monday afternoon satire on tape. >> i heard that at the debate, they're going to ask the candidates questions and the candidates are then going to respond to those questions. >> i think -- that's the traditional format. i don't know. i don't know if they're going to stick to the traditional debate format. >> we'll have to wait and see. >> it would be important what they say. >> what they say is going to be sort of the overarcing theme of this debate. what they say will be incredibly important. >> will they -- >> that will be the most important thing and the tone that they use as they speak. >> right. and how they look and do they double down or walk it back? >> right. >> people will be watching for the doubling down, walking back. >> or walking back. >> and game change moments. >> guys, ultimately, we're not going to know untilt the exit polls on election. even after the debate, after you hear the questions, and the responses, the doubling down and the walking back, we still won't know until voters go and pull the lever for their preferred candidate. >
to take me away >> reporter: from hearing paul simon singing "me and julio down in the schoolyard." with the line about being on the cover of "newsweek." the point was, that was a place to be. only 52 times a year it really meant something. john donvan, abc news, washington. >> they're not going anywhere. kind of sad, huh. an iconic magazine. >> they really are. i collect actually magazines. i have several iconic "newsweek's" over the years, over the years. >> good for you, paula. >> founded in 1933, as "newsweek." sold for 10 cents, indispensable complement to newspaper reading, because it explains, expands, and clarifies. don't get your fingers dirty. >> wow. there you go. $40 million in annual losses which is why, i guess they're going online. when we come back, hey, wow, look at that? >> that would have been enough -- >> like my workout regime. >> compensate for all the money lost. i like that. >> pretty good, huh? is that really you? >> absolutely. tattoo and everything. >> what is it of? >> i'll figure it out. give you the answer later. it's not really me. >> i want to see i
in the house, for example. >> reporter: you know, if i were the romney campaign, simon, i've got multiple things to worry about. that would be one of the least things that i have to worry about. what he's got to do more than anything else is get the share up among women. he tried to do that at the convention. he needs to do it right now. especially white college-educated women. mitt romney has got to get about 60% of the white vote. he's fine among white men to get there but needs to do better among white women, especially upscale suburban white women, the kind that turned away from him on some social issues and the role of government. that's the opening for him and he's got to cease it. >> coverage of the first presidential debate begins at 8:00 p.m. eastern time here on cnbc. carl quintanilla, maria, and others will be hosting that. >> shares are down of metropcs. making it the fourth largest wireless company behind sprint. so often left out in the cold. what is next for sprint on hopes of the user base? we're joined by jim, an analyst. thank you for joining us. >> good morning. >> as w
of the luxury of time and my publisher, simon & schuster, i declined to get the meeting notes to get the exact detail to interview president obama and speaker boehner and the key players in this. i just want to take one quick snapshot from what happened that we didn't know about, which is critical. when the cops pull up less when the president was upset, he called the congressional leaders on a saturday morning at 11:00 o'clock a.m. something in democratic andemoat republican leader were trying to work outth the own deal harry reid, the democratic leader, said to the president, mr. president, could you please leave the room? i have covered presidents for four years. i know of no other time where the president was asked the meeting in his own house that he had called. i asked the president about this. i said how did it feel to be voted off the island in your own house. because that is what happened. he said that he was not going to stand on protocol, that the problem needed to be solved. but in the next day, he called democratic leaders to the white house from 6:00 o'clock on a sunday night. an
for the various rovers have included "love me like a rock," paul simon. come fly with me, wake up little susie, the simon and garfunkel version. radar love, the theme from mission impossible and, probably my favorite, where is my mind by the pixies. [laughter] so the burning question is, who gets to pick the songs? >> actually, you know, i was only tangentially aware of that, and i recognize it from your telling it. i really don't know. so it sounds like a great talk for somebody -- [laughter] probably i would say it's jpl, within their team probably. >> okay. and we can tell from their dress code they're a wild bunch, so that explains a lot of the songs. the last question i know you are an expert in, and that is your own trajectory into coming into planetary science and enjoying it and living with it. and i can see you're still enthusiastic about it. what have been the high points and the low points for you in the world of science, and what keeps you enthusiastic about it? >> well, the whole -- my whole time at nasa which is now almost 15 years is a high point in my career. so bringing -- i'm
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whole paper is the personality to simon baron cohen. he is a whole bunch of items that i will give you a score on what is called systemizing which is the drive to understand the variables of the system and how those variables govern the behavior so if you like to understand subway maps, spreadsheets, any sort of -- chess, any sort of complex system if you enjoy doing that you you are high on systemizing and emphasizing is the drive to identify they emotions that another person as experience and respond with an appropriate emotion. so there's a big difference here. men are generally higher on systemizing and women are higher on empathizing and what we find is that libertarians are in a sense the most masculine out there and if you evenly analyze only the men, he just look at the man, libertarian men are the highest on systemizing of any of the three groups in the lowest on empathizing. the same thing for women. in fact libertarians are only group whose systemizing scores in absolute terms, systemizing scores are higher than their empathizing scores. and this reflects a lot of what is ha
with boyfriend simon conicki. she announced in june she was pregnant. adele recently recorded the theme song for the latest james bond movie but she's laying low now and nesting. >>> the floor of a florida apartment building collapsed during a crowded party. police in tallahassee say dozens of people were in an apartment saturday night. around 1:30 in the morning the floor caved in. >> i turned my head for a second and the ground started shaking. i turned and the floor was gone. the people were gone. the floor kept on caving in so everybody was just trying to get out for their lives. i jumped out the window. >> 55 people were taken to hospitals. everybody is expected to recover. >>> good morning. i'm natasha curry in for robin meade. it's monday. i didn't have to tell you that. frightening details about the man who gunned down three women it at the spa where had his wife worked. what it was like when the shooting stopped. plus, it's your last chance to hear the candidates face off. what to look for at tonight's third and final presidential debate. >>> and this hour, lance armstrong is about
accounting for some of the funding differential that simon of lightly references at the same time they are playing a morally without the safety net that would save them meaning that market shock in the case of either operational, sovereignty or liquidity risk of a large institution would be worse. it would be lanham brothers on steroids. that's what scares me and why we need to go back to the liquidation of authority. could work in across borders attritions? does anything work in a cross border situation? not well to read about 80% of all banks offshore assets are held in the u.k. and that is particularly true for the wholesale oriented institutions like jpmorgan. they are operating in 70 countries but to what they've got in bulgaria is not systemic. maybe in bulgaria is. that is a different question. to chase and the u.k. it isn't. those are afterthought operations. that's why the u.s. and the u.k. are very fall along and what they called a crisis management group to resolve that aspect of cross border banking. is it done? no peery dividing durkan and i can answer your questions
and saying, this is our representation of the catholic church is wrong, we've also seen it with sister simone campbell, who spoke at the democratic national convention, another example of saying, hey, listen, we are fair and balanced, but we're going to do it in a way that's not fair. >> clayton: earlier when you said you're through being frustrated, i don't know if i believe you. father john-- >> you know what? i should probably go to confession. >> father john, always nice to see you. >> thank you. >> so much for transparency, the president dodging questions about the terror attack in libya, but can he keep ignoring the issue until the election? congressman mike kelly is demanding answers and the congressman will be joining us next on the show. >> alisyn: and he got away with an awful crime until he was shot by a 12-year-old girl. the calm and collected hero joins us live to share her story. 4g lte is the fastest. so, which supeast 4g lte service would yochoose, based on this chart ? don't rush into it, i'm not looking for the fastest answer. obviously verizon. okay, i have a different char
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